Top Symptoms of Seasonal Allergies and Asthma

Allergies vs. Asthma

\"Tis\'Ever wonder if it\’s your allergies acting up, or if you actually have asthma? Visit your primary care physician to get a better idea of what your symptoms may be trying to tell you.

Trees and flowers are blooming, grass is growing, and pollen is flowing in full force, so patients’ allergies and asthma are becoming more aggravated than usual. These conditions typically bring on symptoms such as:

  • Post nasal drip
  • Chronic cough
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness and discomfort

All of these symptoms are typically related to allergies and/or asthma, and are almost always treatable. Although, they need to be assessed and monitored by your primary care physician so you can maintain your excellent quality of life and experience great symptom relief.

If over the counter medications are inadequate, or your symptoms are beyond your control, then come visit the clinicians at Colorado Primary Health Care today and let us help you get your allergy symptoms under control. Also, if you feel that you may be suffering from asthma, and you rely on an inhaler more often than not, then come in and participate in a lung function test. Shortly after the lung function test is completed, our clinicians will be able to tell if you are asthmatic or if your symptoms are simply allergies. So visit us at Colorado Primary Health Care today, and get the relief that you\’re looking for!

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